According to the Kennebec Journal, a person has died following a Monday afternoon ATV crash in the small town of Madrid, Maine.

The Warden service says that the crash happened on ITS 84/98 (Interconnected Trail System). This part of the trail runs along Potato Hill Road. Sebastian Constantini, 47 of Connecticut, was killed in the crash.

Constantini was leading a group of ATVs back to Rangeley after a day of riding. The two other ATVs behind him were being operated by his brother and a friend. At one point after a hill descent, Constantini's 2019 Suzuki King Quad was crossing a wooden bridge when he then lost control. He was thrown from the ATV suffering injuries to his head. The friend went for help as his brother rendered emergency aid. Sadly, Constantini succumbed to his injuries on the trail.

First responders to the scene included personnel from the Maine Warden Service, North Star Ambulance, Phillips Fire Department, Koob's Garage and Franklin County Sheriff's Office. Authorities say that speed was a factor in the crash and that Constantini was not wearing a helmet.

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